The University Health Services Mānoa (UHSM) is welcoming students and employees back to the UH Mānoa campus for the fall 2021 semester with CampusWell, a website promoting and supporting health and wellness.
CampusWell covers a variety of health-related subjects ranging from physical workout plans to support for self compassion. The site includes UH Mānoa-specific content including the winner of the CampusWell Enter to Win drawing.
The CampusWell site is one way UHSM is using to help keep the campus community healthy and aware of available services, such as the Health Promotion Program. This program provides services to assist students, faculty and staff in maintaining and improving their health and well-being, and to contribute to a healthy campus community. Activities range from health fairs and classroom presentations by peer educators, to mass media educational campaigns, to providing resource materials and individual counseling on health-related topics, including alcohol and other drugs.
UHSM is responsible for the COVID-19 prevention efforts and contact tracing.
“Health and well being is of utmost importance, especially now,” said UHSM Health Promotion Chair Kristen Scholly. “The start of the school year often brings new challenges, and we want to remind our students that we have resources for them to help maintain their physical and mental health especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The Health Promotion Program is located at the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services building, room 313-D, and UHSM is located near Kennedy Theatre. While UHSM’s primary service population is the students of UH Mānoa, many services also are available to UH Mānoa faculty and staff and students from other UH campuses.